Werth's homer for Nats forces Game 5 against Cards
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Werth's homer for Nats forces Game 5 against Cards

Missouri City : TX : USA | Oct 11, 2012 at 4:35 PM PDT
Source: Merced Sun-Star
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The best-of-five series will end Friday night in Washington, with the winner advancing to face the San Francisco Giants in the NL championship series. The homer was Werth's first with the Nationals but 14th of his career in the postseason. He won the 2008 World Series and a string of division titles with... FULL ARTICLE AT Merced Sun-Star
 
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